"You want to oust me? You want to use the CIA? Go ahead," Duterte said in a speech in his southern home town of Davao city, while railing against US President Barack Obama. The speech follows and accusation last month in which Duterte said the CIA was plotting to kill him, but gave no specifics. "Be my guest. I don't give a shit."
“This was locker room banter, a private conversation that took place many years ago... [Former President] Bill Clinton has said far worse to me on the golf course - not even close. I apologize if anyone was offended."
In his latest insult hirled at Barack Obama, Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte declared he would not bow to foreign pressure over his anti-drug campaign: “I do not expect the human rights [groups], I do not expect Obama, I do not expect the EU to understand me. Do not understand me. And if you think it’s high time for you guys to withdraw your assistance, go ahead. We will not beg for it.”
No US Presidential candidate since William McKinley in 1896 has received as nearly-unanimous financial backing from America’s wealthiest 0.01% as Hillary Clinton. What William Jennings Bryan was to them in 1896, is what Donald John Trump is to them 120 years later in 2016.
“I will fight them wherever they are...They are an occupation force that pretends to be assisting us.” Almost 15 years later, it’s quite clear U.S. troops continue to be seen as “liberators” by the Iraqis.
According to an associate of arms dealer, Marc Turi, the government dropped the case because the proceedings could have embarrassed Clinton and President Barack Obama by "calling attention to the reported role of their administration in supplying weapons that fell into the hands of Islamic extremist militants."
"We write to alert you, as we did President George W. Bush, six weeks before the attack on Iraq, that the consequences of limiting your circle of advisers to a small, relatively inexperienced coterie with a dubious record for wisdom can prove disastrous. Our concern this time regards Syria."
Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday told U.S. President Barack Obama to "go to hell" and said the United States had refused to sell some weapons to his country but he did not care because Russia and China were willing suppliers. He also lashed out at the EU advising it to "better choose purgatory. Hell is full already. Why should I be afraid of you?"